landverb

  • ja上陸する、着陸する、着地する
  • ento come to the ground or a surface after falling or moving through the air, or after traveling on water

Examples

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Mute
1.
Do you have anything around here that looks homemade?
2.
Oh, you know what?
3.
She loved this.
4.
It's an exact replica of Apollo 8.
5.
I made it in the 6th grade.
6.
Yeah, I guess I could use that.
7.
I could say, "Your love sends me to the moon."
8.
Yeah, yeah, except Apollo 8 didn't actually land on the moon.
9.
But you could write, "Your love lets me orbit the moon twice and return safely."
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Mute
1.
I take it Mr. Conrad won't be joining us?
2.
Two days ago, he told me that our marriage was over.
3.
Two hours ago, I landed here on what was supposed to be our second honeymoon by myself.
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A lot of people come here to get lost so they can be found again.
5.
Thank you, Yoda.
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Mute
1.
How many legs does a butterfly have?
2.
Can you repeat the question?
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You know, when I hit a shot and it lands real soft on the green, just a little spin back,
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I say it landed like a butterfly with sore feet.
5.
- How many — - Four.
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No.
7.
Zachary?
8.
Six.
9.
That's right.
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Mute
1.
Stank can't talk!
2.
Huh?
3.
Why can't he talk?
4.
Because when he landed that plane, the impact was so hard
5.
that he bit right through his tongue!
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Where's his tongue?
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Oh, man!
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His tongue's in a jar!
9.
I'm gonna have to drink sweat!
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Mute
1.
We interrupt this broadcast for an emergency alert.
2.
The Department of Defense is confirming reports of an unknown object entering Earth's atmosphere.
3.
The alien artifact landed on Earth.
4.
We need to know why.
5.
And they want me to lead the mission.
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Mute
1.
We know aliens always land in deserted places.
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Yeah, but why is it that Godzilla always rises up and attacks cities?
3.
What's he doing?
4.
Does he wanna live there?
5.
He's too big.
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Mute
1.
I once saw a film called 'The Gods Are Crazy.'
2.
Has anybody here seen that film?
3.
Yeah.
4.
Remember when they threw the Coke out of the airplane,
5.
and it landed on the ground, and it didn't break?
6.
Now, see, that's because Coke bottles are solid.
7.
It's nearly impossible to break a Coke bottle.
8.
Do you want to try it?
9.
Good job.
10.
She's not taking any chances.
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Mute
1.
- And for the first time, you've actually reflown one of the rockets that landed. - Yeah.
2.
Yeah, so we landed the rocket booster and then prepped it for flight again and flew it again,
3.
so it's the first reflight of an orbital booster where that reflight is relevant.
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Mute
1.
If you want to deploy, yeah, you can hit A.
2.
So you'll be on the ground eventually.
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No, I'm way, way up still.
4.
You'll get there.
5.
Now I'm spinning.
6.
Uh-oh.
7.
Whoa!
8.
All right.
9.
I'm still going down.
10.
I haven't —
11.
Eventually, you will land.

Other meanings for land...

landnoun

  • ja土地
  • enan area of ground with boundaries and a particular use
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Mute
1.
When you marooned me on that godforsaken spit of land,
2.
you forgot one very important thing, mate.
3.
I'm Captain Jack Sparrow.
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Mute
1.
Okay, sorry to break up this party.
2.
But I've got resumes to fax before work tomorrow.
3.
Rach, Rach, we gotta settle.
4.
Settle what?
5.
The Jamestown colony of Virginia.
6.
You see, King George is giving us the land, so...
7.
The game, Rachel, the game.
8.
You owe us money for the game.
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Mute
1.
- Idiot. - Are you calling me an idiot?
2.
- Idiot. - Don't you ever talk to me that way.
3.
You pathetic short little man.
4.
You don't have any friends, or any family, or any land.
5.
Yeah!
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Mute
1.
I will be Vaughn Tom Tucker,
2.
a gruff, spitting, punch-you-in-the-gut sailor man who's taking a little break on dry land,
3.
but just until my girlfriend Cangela gets out of lady jail.
4.
Ahh!
5.
Did you just spit in my trash can?
6.
No, Vaughn did.
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Mute
1.
They will condemn this land.
2.
And what remains of the ranch will be taken from you,
3.
until the ranch is whittled down to its least valuable parts.
4.
Then you'll die.
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Mute
1.
Hey, girls, who's the coolest person you've ever met in your entire lives?
2.
You are!
3.
And who's the most handsome dude in all the land, even objectively more than Idris Elba?
4.
You are!
5.
Man, kids are awesome.
6.
You can tell them literally anything, and they'll just say it.
7.
I know, right?
8.
Check it out.
9.
Who was the first female Congresswoman?
10.
Jeannette Rankin.
11.
Oh, that's fun.
12.
They won't get teased for that.
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Mute
1.
What are you doing here?
2.
What are we doing here?
3.
What are you doing here?
4.
Well, this is our land.
5.
We've lived here for thousands of years.
6.
Oh, wow.
7.
Is it cool if we just stay?
8.
We're just gonna be here a little while.
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Mute
1.
"And so against all odds, Judah the Maccabee won the right for his people to live
2.
and learn the way of their forefathers."
3.
Go on.
4.
"But after the war, the people of Israel had a difficult task.
5.
Though Antiochus had been driven from the land,
6.
he had left their cities and their holy temple in a terrible mess."
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Mute
1.
This is it!
2.
I am tired of this British oppression!
3.
This is our land!
4.
Sucks, doesn't it?